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Red Bull driver Sebstian Vettel of Germany crosses the finish line to win the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, Sunday, June 9, 2013. (Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Red Bull driver Sebstian Vettel of Germany crosses the finish line to win the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, Sunday, June 9, 2013. (Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Fast facts about Formula One’s Canadian Grand Prix Add to ...

Statistics for Sunday’s Canadian Formula One Grand Prix in Montreal, race seven of the championship:

Lap distance: 4.361 km

Total distance: 305.270 km (70 laps)

Start time: 2 p.m.

2013 pole: Sebastian Vettel (Germany), Red Bull, one minute 25.425 seconds.

2013 winner: Vettel

Race lap record: Rubens Barrichello (Brazil), 1:13.622. Ferrari, 2004.

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Tires: supersoft (red), soft (yellow)

Hamilton has won the Canadian Grand Prix three times (in 2012, 2010 and 2007).

Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, Kimi Raikkonen and Vettel are the other previous winners on the grid.

Ferrari last won in Montreal, a circuit named after its late great driver Gilles Villeneuve, in 2004 with Michael Schumacher.

McLaren have won four of the last six races in Canada. It has won 13 times in Canada to Ferrari’s 11.

Since 2000, the race has been won from pole five times.

The rain-hit Canadian Grand Prix of 2011 was Formula One’s longest, lasting four hours four minutes and 39.537 seconds. That same race also saw the safety car deployed six times, another record.

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